About Indian Country ECHO

Relationships are at the heart of Indian Country ECHO

Through creating opportunities to collaborate and share knowledge, Indian Country ECHO is growing a welcoming professional community that enhances providers’ ability to offer American Indian and Alaska Native patients high-quality, specialized care.

One of the ways we foster collaboration is through offering teleECHO programs – friendly, interactive online learning environments where clinicians and staff serving American Indian and Alaska Native patients can connect with peers, engage in didactic presentations, collaborate on case consultations, and receive mentorship from clinical experts from across Indian Country.

In addition to offering providers a variety of teleECHO programs, Indian Country ECHO provides no cost trainings, as well as technical assistance and capacity building services. We also facilitate The Indian Country ECHO Collective – a community of predominantly Indigenous organizations that provide ECHO services across the globe.

The Indian Country ECHO network is here to help and support in planning and implementing your own ECHO program step-by-step. Learn more about replicating the ECHO model.

Indian Country ECHO is a project of the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board.